2009 Retirement Breakfast Briefing

Date: April 7, 2009

Omni Berkshire Place Hotel
Julliard Ballroom, 2nd Floor
21 East 52nd Street at Madison Avenue
New York, New York 10022


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Barclays Global Investors will host a special breakfast seminar on understanding and improving upon the current state of retirement. As part of this discussion, BGI will unveil new survey research on participant attitudes about retirement and the economy. BGI also will speak to the importance of evolving DC plans to better manage retirement risks. The Brookings Institution will join the discussion and share its research on annuitization in 401k plans. Additionally, there will be a discussion about the new Administration and its retirement policy agenda.

Topics to be addressed will include:

  • New survey research revealing participant attitudes towards retirement and the economy
  • Discussion about advancing today's DC plans to better manage retirement risks
  • Approaches to guaranteeing retirement income
  • Insider views on the Obama Administration and its retirement policy agenda

Featured speakers:
Kristi Mitchem, Head of US Defined Contributions, BGI
Chip Castille, Head of Defined Contributions Product Development, BGI
Warren Cormier, Boston Research Group and Co-Founder of the Behavioral Finance Forum
Bill Gale, Vice President and Director of Economic Studies Program and Director, Retirement Security Project, Brookings Institution
Dallas Salisbury, President and CEO, Employee Benefit Research Institute

Tuesday, April 7, 2009
Breakfast: 8:30 am
Seminar: 9:00 - 11:00 am
Location: Omni Berkshire Place Hotel (Julliard Ballroom, 2nd Floor), 21 East 52nd Street @ Madison Avenue, New York

RSVP here: Annette Bronkesh at annettec@att.net or 973.778.8648

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